Soccer a league video assistant referee accurate report confirms
It has been confirmed that former referee Mark Sampson is to lead a review into the officiating of Tottenham Hotspur’s FA Cup semi-final against Liverpool.
Sampson has been appointed to look at the FA’s interpretation of video assistant referee (VAR) data, after the FA had failed to approve his use of a video refereeing system which had been in place at Hillsborough and several other matches in recent years.
Following an investigation by the Football Association into his use of VAR technology, it has emerged that he has been asked to ensure there is proper consistency betweeapronxn use of the system and official results.
The FA, in a statement issued on Saturday afternoon, added: “Mark Sampson has now had a final look at VAR data. He has requested an independent investigation into the interpretation of VAR data as it relates to Tottenham Hotspur FA Cup semi-final.카지노 사이트
“The FA have agreed not to proceed with a case against Mr Sampson in relation to the VAR data as there is no legal basis on which to take disciplinary action. VAR data is used by other broadcasters in matches with television coverage, and there will be no further action taken.
“Mr Sampson is currently chair of a public inquiry into the use of the VAR system by the FA and will undertake one at an appropriate stage of the investigation. Mr Sampson will be seeking advice from his solicitors.”
The report will have to be approved by the Football Association, and given to UEFA. It is understood the review will follow an official request by Premier League clubs to have the VAR system removed from the use of replays in all three FA Cup semi-final games – a move which was welcomed by the League’s official VAR technology board, BT Sport, who have been ca더킹카지노mpaigning to keep use of the replays for three games in the fourth round until next year.
Chairman Robert Pires said: “The VAR system does not have any place in football and it is disappointing the Premier League is so focused on removing it from competitions that were not even staged during last season’s FA Cup Final. “Football should be entertaining, it shouldn’t be about a few games in a particular time and place, a few replays and the referees. It’s a big waste of money and of time.”
The FA, in response to BBC radio’s Rich MacIntyre’s request for more information, said: “The FA is aware of the situation and wil